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Expedia Is The Top E-Commerce Pick Among Mega Fund Managers
Among well-known e-commerce companies, Expedia Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) is the favorite pick among the world's largest or mega fund managers.
10 best stocks under Obama? Hint: Apple\'s not #1
Whatever the results of the fall election, stock market bulls can\'t exactly complain about how equities have performed during the Obama presidency.
Expedia Prompts Travelers to "Find Yours" in New Brand Campaign Celebrating ...
BELLEVUE, Wash., July 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Expedia.com� today introduced a new brand campaign, Find Yours™, that puts the camera in the hands of travelers themselves.
Buy Priceline: A True Growth Gem
This is good news for companies like Priceline and Expedia (EXPE), which are heavily dependent on revenues from hotel reservations.
Old-school travel agents stage comeback
Agencies had been suffering from years of declines as online travel sites - including Expedia Inc (EXPE.O), Travelocity and Priceline.
M&A rush in India's online travel space
Expedia India, the Indian arm of US-based online travel company Expedia Inc, said it was also keen on evaluating opportunities for acquisitions.
Which Moguls Are Attending Sun Valley This Year? Well Here's The Complete List
The lore is that news doesn't really break at Allen and Co's Sun Valley mogul retreat, but it definitely gets made. Everywhere you look there's an interesting pairing of successful individuals hanging out, which is what you'd assume would happen at a ...
How in-banner surveys measure campaign success
Today, more and more marketers use display advertising for brand goals -- but how can you tell if your online brand campaign performs?
WorldMate upgrades its itinerary management app with hotel booking suggestions
Last week, WorldMate, a maker of itinerary-management apps, debuted a major upgrade to its free and paid apps for iPhone and Android.
Hotels.com launches Chinese International Travel Monitor
The number of Chinese travellers making international trips was up by a strong 22 per cent[1] in 2011, compared to 2010, and experts predict China is on track to overtake Germany and the US as the world's largest outbound tourism market in the next few ...